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Seb's Bistro

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Seb's Bistro. Good food, good drinks, comfortable place at a reasonable price! Just around the corner, we have a playhouse where parents often 'bunk' their kids while dining! We have a kids menu-all hand made dishes! A place you can't miss!

Daily: 08:30 - 23:00

+65 67731312
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Children/Family (16 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (13 votes), Quiet (13 votes)
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Chill out with the kids

We've been there with family and friends for the deepavali week end kids' activities. The playground and kids activites were great, the kids absolutely loved it. There was 3 entertainers taking care of the kids. That was great. The place is nice, black and white villa, very pleasant, fresh air passing through the terrace. The food and service could probably be better. The kids' meal was a joke, tiny and average. Our meals were unequal, the bangers & mashes was so-so, the lamb shank was very good. The desserts were decent without being dazzling. The service was also unequal, we've had a lady who wasn't really "on the ball" and a young gentleman who happen to be and was getting us whatever we needed immediately.

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• 29 Mar 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

What a pity

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Nice surrounding and great that they have the playhouse, but value and service are a catastrophe. Very expensive. The paella for "2-3 persons" is barely enough for 1. Very unfriendly staff. Never again!
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• 18 Nov 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Chill out with the kids

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We've been there with family and friends for the deepavali week end kids' activities. The playground and kids activites were great, the kids absolutely loved it. There was 3 entertainers taking care of the kids. That was great. The place is nice, black and white villa, very pleasant, fresh air passing through the terrace. The food and service could probably be better. The kids' meal was a joke, tiny and average. Our meals were unequal, the bangers & mashes was so-so, the lamb shank was very good. The desserts were decent without being dazzling. The service was also unequal, we've had a lady who wasn't really "on the ball" and a young gentleman who happen to be and was getting us whatever we needed immediately.
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• 09 Oct 2012 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Is it a joke ?

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We wanted to try Graze but, unfortunately, they only provide dinner on Saturday. On our way back, we realized something was open on the opposite side. Let's go !

It's a nice place : a black and white house with a kid playground inside (good idea) and a nice terrace.

The first table given to us had no fan (weather was on "burning mode") and actually already occupied by two legions of ants. So we moved just aside.

We ordered an American breakfast, a Caesar salad, a juice and a tea.

The "American" would have been better made by myself (no i do not cook). Hash browns was an oil sponge. The rest was just average. Presentation was pitiful.

No bread, no syrup, no salt and pepper. We had to ask for everything. After asking twice for ice water, i gave up.

So you have less quality and quantity than a Spruce "big brekkie" and it's more expensive (19.90 against 16)

I needed to stand up three times in order to get everything. At least they were polite (that's the 1st point in Service rating).

Caesar salad was as good as in a food court. They have written "freshly-baked bread" but it means "some small croutons". Anyway they brought us some hot not-freshly-baked bread for free (2d service point).

At this moment i decided to write a review but i did not imagine there was a final !

The final : after sending a guy to wash the floor in order to remove the ants (there was plenty of free well-placed tables), a woman -probably the owner- used the anti-ant product on the floor while 2 tables (including us) were still having lunch. Once the smell got into our noses, we crossed our eyes and began to laugh. Much better than becoming angry.

The place is so nice that they could really do something great with it. But without any big change, no way we come back or recommend this place.

So please, if you want to have a brunch, try Spruce for instance.

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